The capital of one of South America’s most progressive nations in terms of gay rights. Add to that an array of impressive cultural and historic attractions,lively gay nightlife and fine restaurants—which includes what must be one of the hemisphere’s largest gay dance clubs—and you’ve got plenty of reasons to visit the country.

Colombia has made great progress not just in terms of gay rights, the airport is being upgraded (several times), and there is an increasing presence of international hotels as brands like Hilton, JW Marriott, and Radisson. As a local I can tell you that Bogota has become a much safer place, not only for tourists but also for locals The posibilites to celebrate in Bogota are pretty big. Theratron is one/if not the largest club in town it’s an amazing Venue where several music styles join each other and also the place where you’ll find a variety hot blooded Latinos you can’t refuse…

As a gay man you won’t feel surprised by how opened the locals can be, though you shouldn’t expect many guys holding hands or showing public affection. However, as a local I used to even see guys kissing on public places and call boys just walking around the city… What I really want to say is that Bogota is such a good place to be gay, people are opened and mostly don’t care about your sexual preferences, young people tend to be totally cool about whatever you do as long as they don’t feel molested or personally bothered about it.

Bogota is delightful, as are its people. It is also safe — as safe as any major city anywhere. Normal precautions you would take in any city will serve you sufficiently. Further,  is quite accepting and gay-friendly, has the thriving gay scene that you’d expect of a city with 7.3 million inhabitants…